Audrée L. Larose and Félix Guyon are officially launching their innovative high-end lighting fixtures influenced by the romanticism of their collection La Belle Époque. It’s with enthusiasm that they will be presenting them for the first time at the ICFF in New York City this coming May 14 to 17.
At the same time, Félix Guyon, founder of Les Ateliers Guyon, will present his new hanging chair, The Méliès. Inspired by the abstract and absurd world of the famous director Georges Méliès, The Méliès chair is an homage to dreams and creativity. The Squarespace headquarters in New York City has already purchased the first three chairs of the series. Based in Verchères, on the outskirts of Montreal, Larose Guyon matches the use of choice materials with a great formal purity to create high-end, original, distinctive items; meticulously crafted down to its finest detail.
By combining both complementary visions, Larose Guyon provides simple, elegant, functional objects. Through a romantic aesthetics of items of blatant luxury, haloed in warmth and humility, they infect daily life with poetry and beauty. As their approach is imbued with refinement and distinction, they get their inspiration from nature, art, past aeons and traditions.
Branded with their love, Larose Guyon products are created, drawn and crafted objects cast in their image with the help of local artisans and their know-how.
For more information, visit www.laroseguyon.com.